About Me: Male, 23, Lebanon, OH, member since Dec 2012
I am fascinated by medical and crime dramas. I am 6' 0", overweight (280 lbs), and I am on my feet for hours at a time most days (I'm a cashier). Other than that, I play video games for most, if not all, of my free time. I have an addicting personality; I was once on an
[More] anime kick and watched 23 half-hour episodes in a row without moving. When I "gamble"(don't worry I don't play for real money) I'll spend hours at a craps or blackjack table. And I try to help people with things i don't know much about, though now I'm tangenting away from physical health.
"My twin brother has a temperature of 99.9, a headache, fatigue, full body aches, severely impaired balance (he tripped sideways walking across our empty living room), and dehydration. He is also very scatter-brained (he went to the bathr..."
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